Skip to comments.Constitutional Radio on the Internet
Posted on 08/05/2013 7:51:46 AM PDT by Loud Mime
I have long thought that we needed an radio show to address politics from a constitutional angle, one that educates the people on the benefits of our design of limited government and set a foundation for arguing with liberals.
Hearing no such shows, I started my own. My second radio show airs tomorrow, Tuesday (August 6, 2013). We will be discussing the constitutional duties of the Executive, his fulfillment of those duties (not!), the cult following that he surfs, the lack of knowledge of his followers, and how to argue these points with the liberal.
This is on latalkradio.com The show is live from noon to 1300 hrs. on Tuesday. It is then available for download by the next day.
I've asked a couple of Freepers to call in and explain the design and content of their websites - all focused on recording this president's actions.
Listen in, contribute to the conversation if you'd like.
I think that it would help if you put an active link to the site. More people are likely to click on the link rather than have to type in the link or copy/paste.
Good luck. I’ll give it a try.
I’d always thought that Andrew Wilcow, Mike Church, and Mark Levin had always done a god job with this angle.
The link at the head of the thread works; but, here's another one:
Try listenign to Mike Church too, from 6 to 9 AM EST (sorry left coast!) but you can catch the repeat later
He is a bit of an ass ho’ but pretty good on Constitution History.
He’s a shock jock?
Loud Mime freepmailed me to his show last week. Folks, it is very good.
Or is it "real" noon (EST)?
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